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Alex. Nequam — Canterbury, Kent. Benedictine abbey of St Augustine (originally of St Peter and St Paul).


Provenance: Canterbury, Kent. Benedictine abbey of St Augustine (originally of St Peter and St Paul).
Location: Bodleian Library , Oxford
Shelfmark: Wood empt. 13
Author/Title: Alex. Nequam
Type of evidence: i: evidence from an inscription of ownership by an individual member of a religious house (which may not, however, be evidence for institutional ownership)
Notes on evidence:

'Liber Sancti Aug' Cant'. Di VIII Ga II' (fol. i verso); same hand (s. xiii/xiv): 'Ade supprioris'.

Alphabetical subject-index by Clement Canterbury (fols. ix–xvi)

Contents of the book:

Alexander Neckham, Sermones

Date: s. xiii in
Pressmark:

D.viii G.ii

Medieval Catalogue: BA1.675

Further details of medieval catalogue: BA1. BENEDICTINES: Canterbury-St Augustine's: Catalogue, 15th cent.
Ownership:

'Aug. 5, 1682 I received this book from Mr Thomas Lees (sometimes of All Souls College) school-master of Feversham in Kent, by the hands of Edw. Waterman of Universitye college. Anton a Wood.'

Binding is Oxford work of about 1470: S. Gibson, Early Oxford Bindings, no. 6.